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Historian and loudmouth Jason Scott shares stories of technology, retrocomputing, documentary filmmaking, and general schennanigans from his decades of travels and research. From experiences on the road while shooting documentaries to often-obscure points of order, Jason keeps a fast-moving pace and even he doesn't know where we're ending up at the end.
 
Explore stories & systems to live better & work smarter with author, blogger, and digital marketing specialist, Jason Scott Montoya. Podcast episodes include inspirational people interviews, book discussions, listen-to-learn discussions, & blog reads from https://www.jasonscottmontoya.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sharelife/support
 
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The Midjourney Descent Episode: Where It All Goes Wrong, The First Few Notes, What We've Already Changed, What Is Coming, Nightmares and A Shifting Lens, The Role of the Artist, Drawing People Wrong, What Art in Prompts. What goes up, must come down - some thoughts on what Midjourney and products like it could bring to the world, and some stirred m…
 
The Midjourney Ascent Episode: Not a Pitch, A Long Forgotten Feeling, Text to Image in A Few Sentences, The Moment of Power, The Sharing of Friends, The Excitement, A Small Chat, A Hope For More Moments. An introduction to the Text to Image generator MidJourney which I've been spending some time playing with, getting in while the getting is good, b…
 
The Basquiat Episode: Visiting the Museum, The Phases and Rooms, The Nightclub and Giftshop, Lessons Learned, What is the Purpose, Ice Cream Machine, Inspiration from Logistics, A Strange Lesson Learned, The Real Work of Art. Some thoughts after walking through an exhibit of the works of Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988).…
 
The Prank Call Episode: An Early Call, The Disappointed Monk, Phones and BBSes as Refuge, Learning Voice Skills, An Eternal Battlefield, The Landline Stare, Middle Distance, Holding Your Own, A Breakdown Of The Disappointing Challenger, Inviting The World to Prank, A Welcome Second Prank Call. A rumination on prank calling and the unspoken rules wi…
 
The U-Matic Episode: A Brand New Brand Old Format, The Tapes of Mark Pines, Broadcast Quality, Working But Not Working, A Street Corner Transaction, The First Steps, Success, The Unintended Bought Pain, Integrating U-Matic, A Cave of Wires. Some thoughts on the event of the reception of a U-Matic tape machine into my workflow and the near-miraculou…
 
Episode Type: Inspirational People Welcome to another Inspirational People interview episode of the Share Life podcast. In this expansive discussion, I'm speaking with author, speaker, and president of Belhaven University Roger Parrott. We were connected through my friends at Voices to Connect. Roger is delivering actionable insights for parents an…
 
Episode Type: Inspirational People Welcome to another Inspirational People interview episode of the Share Life podcast. In this discussion, I'm speaking with Kinsman Journal Founder Peter Ostapko. Peter is a Marketplace and Kingdom Connector Inviting men to lead lives of transformative faith, redemptive fatherhood, and honoring work. He believes Go…
 
The Boundary Check Episode: Why I Like Frameworks, Limits, The Edge of What I Thought Computers Could Do, ASCII and High Code, Magic Tricks, A Non-Existent Friend, Custom Sprites and Characters, Frames, Boxes, Music, Art, Being Comfortable In The Box, Being Aware of the Box, Finding a New Box. Also: Explaining the NES. Some ruminations of how much …
 
The Limited Time Episode: Under the Weather, Goals, Plans, Assessments, Considerations. Ends Are Always Messy, Roller Coaster Lifespans, Plans, Priorities and the Legend of Cheese Hands. A quick self-assessment of priorities and goals in life; an affirmation what has happened and what will happen.Από τον Jason Scott
 
The WJST Episode: Airchecks, Mike Schweitzer, Special Days, Radio Transition, The Discovery of WJST, Songs in the Air, Rubber Tubes, Reel to Reels, Baking, Digitization, The Miracle Flight of Jet Radio Audio, Jet Music Everywhere. And: Justifying The App. Some discussion of WJST radio, a collection of easy listening for the air, collected and digit…
 
The Wonderswan Episode: A Little Extra Free Time, 35 Minutes, The Wonderswan's Story, Boring Emulation, Vertical/Horizontal, The Extra Work, Joy From Obscurity, The Perfect Grey Market, Hashes and Dumps, The Joy to Play. Announcing the Wonderswan collection at https://archive.org/details/wonderswan-library which has settled down to about 260 games,…
 
Episode Type: Inspirational People Interview Welcome to another Inspirational People interview episode of the Share Life podcast. In this discussion, I'm speaking with purpose-driven leader Casey Cavell. Casey is a Jesus Follower, serial entrepreneur, trusted advisor, and innovative investor helping others reach their highest potential. Casey and I…
 
The Tax Bill Episode: The Bill, The Reasoning, A Silly Misunderstanding, A Misunderstanding Without End, Understanding Stress, Living a Life, A Giddy Fire, A Walk Well Taken, A Promise. A quick meditation on some current tax issues I'm dealing with because of the podcast.Από τον Jason Scott
 
The City Reliquary and Panorama Episode: My Friend Eric Drysdale, A Last-Minute Spot, The Experience of the City Reliquary, The Mid-Century Panorama, Curation of Collections, The Success of the Experience, A Look Instead of a Glance, A Drowned Car, An Inspiration. Some words on the Mid-Century Stereo Panorama. The website: https://midcenturystereop…
 
The Severance Fox Episode: Two Media Experiences. Puzzle Fox, Zelda Not Zelda, Bewilderment, Ancient Instructions, Severance, Offices, Eero Saarinen, T. J. Watson, Visitation, Hallways, Warrens, Fonts, Machines. An acknowledgement of two modern media experiences I've had that push back through childhood and memories, and the unexpected love I have …
 
The Compuserve Miracle Episode: Keeping Secrets, Compuserve's Place, Incredible Ads, The Cost, Dinner Jacket, How a Teenager Got On, The Miracle That Is No Longer a Miracle, Hints and Rumors, The Big Announcement. Regarding a bounty of Compuserve that has fallen (partially) into my hands, and what Compuserve means to me.…
 
Episode Type: Blog Reading Click here to donate to Madison's fund. Click here to donate to Jason's fund. --- In July, we — Jason & Madison — are going to Mexico to serve the local community by volunteering with our church team in local children’s homes led by Back2Back Ministries. Your donation will make our mission possible. Money will not only he…
 
The New Generation of Sorting Episode: A New Feature Lands, A Rediscovery of My Love of Sorting, Pulp Fiction Redux, The Approach and the Result, A Teenager's Categories, The Next Mountains, The Reason Behind it All. A rumination of the act of sorting and presentation, and remembering why I do this. https://archive.org/details/pulpfictionarchive is…
 
Episode Type: Inspirational People Welcome to another Inspirational People interview episode of the Share Life podcast. In this discussion, I'm speaking with Jason Tyne, a speaker, author, and entrepreneur empowering leaders around the world through his organization, Success Factory while also teaching globally alongside other successful leaders li…
 
Episode Type: Inspirational People Welcome to another Inspirational People interview episode of the Share Life podcast. In this conversation, I'm speaking with Jason Fernandes, an actor, and native of Long Island New York. Jason's most notable roles at USC's Theatre Department include Gus Coverly from Arcadia, Link Larkin from Hairspray, as well as…
 
The 75 Bad VHS Tapes Episode: A Simple Review, A Horrible Revelation, Diagnosis, Determination, A Crossroads, Volunteer Rescue, The Solution, The Forward Moving, An Iterative Process. A story of a terrible mistake found by random, and the efforts to unravel the knot. To enjoy some fansubs with goodsound: https://archive.org/details/fansubmarine…
 
The Mini-Appler Episode: A Classroom Epiphany, Beautiful Boot, 612 BBSes, Safehouse, Midwest Pirates' Guild, Gods Among Us, BBS Documentary, A Living Room Interview, The Art of Luding, Applesauce, A Day Late, The Golden Wake. A full interview with MPG is here: https://archive.org/details/20040125-bbs-612 Here's beautiful boot in action: https://arc…
 
The HarvardNet Redux Episode: HarvardNet Memories, Fraud and Deceit, The Wonder of a Datacenter, Tiles and Carpet, Loud and Cold, Remote at Any Cost, A Difference of a Year, Smiles and Grimaces, HarvardNet's Doom, See Ya, Pal. A rather ramshackle and rambunctious episode in memory of a wild friend now lost. Also, HarvardNet Sucks.…
 
The Blender Episode: Learning Blender, Doing Nothing, 3D Studio, The Raytraced Canvas of My Yore, A Canvas In Time, Capsela, Knobs and Tubes, The Tools I Now Have, Boom Box, The Missing Imagination. Less a review than a set of thoughts of my interactions with Blender, the free 3D Program now at version 3.0. https://www.blender.org/…
 
The Job Evaluation Episode: A Yearly Check-in, My Strange Job, The Heaps of Inbox, 100,000 Wojacks, Why It Gets Done, The Need to Continue, A Prediction. January is job self-evaluation at the Archive and it put me in the mood of why I keep doing all this, and here's where I am about my place in this magnificent contraption. If you need 100,000 Woja…
 
The Mountain of VHS Episode: Back in the Saddle, The Depth of VHS, The Variant Quality, The Results of Digitizing VHS, VHS Vault, A Very Large Auction, 3 Days to Victory, Why Save VHS, Helping Hands, The Foggy Road Ahead. A tale of how I went from having what I thought was a lot of videotapes to having entirely too many videotapes. These tapes are …
 
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